Difference between type-c and type-d plug

Discussion in 'Outboards' started by jessel, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. jessel
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    jessel New Member

    can any one tell me the difference between type-c and type-d orifice plug.
     
  2. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Welcome to the forum.

    You may need to refine your question a bit, as I can think of several answers to it, as I'd imagine others will.

    Is this an electrical plug? A/C orifice? Hydraulics? Please tell us what you're looking to do and more specifics as to your needs.
     
  3. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    Hi Jessel,

    Like PAR already said, a bit more specific question would be easier to answer, if it's eg for a carburetor then there are many* orifice plugs type-c and many type-d.

    * right now the one linked webshop alone gives me: - 76,268 - ‘‘ Orifice - Plugs - type - C - ’’ - - - & - - - 66,146 - ‘‘ Orifice - Plugs - type - D - ’’


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  4. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    In my previous post, Orifice Plug type C vs D , I picked as example an item like #15 (near the bottom right corner) in the below exploded view drawing.

    Johnson Outboard Parts 1993 Carburetor & Linkage - 185 - 200 - 225 - Suffix "A - C - D - S" Models

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  5. powerabout
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    powerabout Senior Member

    C and D jets are flowed from opposite directions. The bore of the jet can vary, the stamp is the closest flow reference hence dont drill them
     
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